Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Fifa warns broadcasters not to zoom in on attractive female football fans

Fifa warns broadcasters not to zoom in on attractive female football fans

Fifa is keen on cracking down on broadcasters cutting to the crowd and zooming in on young female fans at major tournaments, including the ongoing World Cup in Russian Federation in its efforts to curb sexism in football.

"We've done it with our host broadcast services". "That's why we are disappointed", Cherchesov said, when asked whether he was pleased with Russia's performance at the domestic tournament. He estimated up to 10 times more unreported cases where Russian women were targeted.

The World football governing body's Medical Committee Chairman, Michel D'Hooghe, said in a statement that the "testing programme in place this year was the largest ever conducted for a FIFA World Cup".

Addiechi added that it was not a "proactive campaign" but said "we'll take action against things that are wrong".

Powar said with Russian authorities also keeping home-grown hooligans away from games, the World Cup had an global crowd "very different to the fans that come to domestic football".

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"The regular tests were complemented by FIFA's use of the athlete biological passport programme in WADA's "ADAMS" system, under which all test results, including those from confederations and NADOs collected at the main worldwide football events as well as national competitions, are gathered in the athlete's passport in ADAMS, which features a haematological module (through blood) and a steroidal module (through urine)", FIFA said in a statement on Tuesday.

It is understood that more than 20 supporters were identified by the authorities and they lost their FAN-IDs and were sent home.

"The World Cup has changed the perception of the world towards Russian Federation".

Photographic agency Getty Images had also been caught up in a sexism storm after publishing a gallery of exclusively young women called "the hottest fans at the World Cup".

Samoura asked Matviyenko to convey to Russian President Vladimir Putin FIFA's "profound appreciation for everything that he has done to make it possible for the world to watch the attractive game".

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